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Fowler&fowler: You have added about Krishna Dev, whose article is included in the Mahabodhi Centenary volume, 1891-1991: "Krishna Dev, formerly and latterly, David Berry Knapp, the mayor of Rajneeshpuram"
The brahminy kite (Haliastur indus) hunts for fish and other prey near the coasts and around inland wetlands.
The lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) is the Indian national flower. Hindus and Buddhists regard it as a sacred symbol of enlightenment.
The Indian peafowl (Pavo cristatus) is the Indian national bird. It roosts in moist and dry-deciduous forests, cultivated areas, and village precincts.
A sixteenth century rendering of a scene from the Ramayana, an ancient Sanskrit epic.
Flowing through its rocky terrain near Hampi is the Tungabhadra river, the major right bank tributary of the Krishna river, a peninsular river, which empties into the Bay of Bengal. The coracles, made of wicker, are traditionally covered with hide, their circular shape preventing them from overturning in rivers with rocky outcrops.
Indian agriculture dates from the period 7,000–6,000 BCE, employs two thirds of the national workforce, and is second in farm output worldwide. Above, a farmer works an ox-drawn plow in Kadmati, West Bengal.
Cricket is the most popular game among India's masses. Shown here is an instance of street cricket.
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Two women walk past the huge cavity where one of the ancient Buddhas of Bamiyan used to stand, June 17, 2012. The monumental statues were built in A.D. 507 and 554
Hi, I noticed your contributions to the India page and wanted to introduce myself. I saw a lot of your contributions are from your own collections, are you a historian? I ask as a fellow academic and philosopher. Johnnytest5 (talk) 12:09, 28 May 2022 (UTC)